Drawing in ncea

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Drawing in ncea

  1. 1. Drawing as used in NCEAStudent Exemplars Drawing is a key aspect of Successful art Practice: and accordingly occupies a central standpoint within NCEA Achievement Standards So how exactly am I supposed to use drawing again?
  2. 2. Types and Processes of Drawing in Achievment Standards
  3. 3. photography to record and explore subject matter Photography used to capture source materialPhotography used toexplore the colourand tone of subjectmatter Drawing
  4. 4. Collage to quickly combine and test ideas Drawing
  5. 5. Notes to convey thinking process and explore ideas Drawing
  6. 6. Painting to explore media Drawing
  7. 7. Replication as an analytical tool Showing understanding of techniques and procedures of an Artist Model through replication Showing analysis and understanding of understanding of form Drawing
  8. 8. Using multiples as a method for isolating explorations of specific elements Colour, Tone, Line, Media, Etc. Showing clear exploration of isolated elements Drawing
  9. 9. Drawing as a systematic tool forgenerating, analysing, clarifyingand regenerating ideas Drawing
  10. 10. Locate evidence of the following on your exemplar: Where the student has generated ideas Where the studenthas analysed ideas Where the studenthas clarified ideas Where the student has regenerated ideas For each of these four stages what kinds of drawing have they used?

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